Well, it's been quite the past 48 hours. My sister and Anthony have been "coming to the end" of their relationship for a couple of months, and like most of us, when we are in a relationship for that long we tend to hang on longer than we should at the end. My sister came to spend the night with us Thursday, with the intention to say out here until today, to let them both evaluate to see if the relationship can be salvaged. Without going into details that would violate my sister's privacy, let's just say that to all of us on the outside it appeared the end was very clear. She went back Friday night because one of her cats was pregnant and had the kittens, with the intention to just stay the night with the new cat and kittens and come back Saturday. Well, again, without going into details which just really isn't my place to disclose, let's just say the end result was a call to me from her friend Kristen who stayed with her Friday night, which resulted in a call to Adam (because Rob was working) and now she lives here. It was an extremly difficult day on her, and I'm sure the next little while will be no picnic. But she's strong and she'll get through it. So now, at my residence is the following: Me, Rob, Colby, Kassie, Arnold, Mia, Mikko, Tequila, Corona, Ashton and 3 yet unnamed but very eat-em-up cute 2 day old kittens. We are setting up the former comuter room for her. I know last night was diffiult for her, she woke very puffy eyed and now she is sleeping in my bed, but she will soon realize that this is the perfect opportunity to finally live just for her, and not to have to take care of anyone but herself. The only issue I may have with her here is GOD DAMN CRICKETS! The bearded dragons eat crickets, and even though they are in a container that I know they can't get out of, they are very loud at night. I have een awake since 4 and Rob admitted that he had strange dreams about crickets all night. Hopefully when we get the room set up for her tonight they will be in there with her and we won't hear them as much. But, on a lighter note, I now have new subjects to photograph. The kittens literally fit in the palm of your hand. Rob had one in his hand last night and the baby rested his chin on the tip of Rob's finger. Be expecting many pictures on this blog! I have to go out and get some b/w film!